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FMWRC Annual Report 1998

FMWRC Annual Report 1998

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The Annual Report for the U.S. Army's Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation Command.
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Entertainment at the installation level showed a
$200,000 increase in revenue over FY96, while
NIBD remained constant despite reducing both
COGS and labor percentages by 2.4 percent
and 6.8 percent, respectively. The Army
entertainment program is the largest single
producer of community theater in the world.
The theater program grew for the second
consecutive year, showing a 12 percent
increase in production activity over FY96.
Partnerships among the BOSS program,
community activity centers, youth services,
and installation entertainment staff promoted
the increased activity. APF funding was
reduced by some $300,000 to 60 percent of
total costs, while NAF funding remained
steady at $1.9M.
The Army Concert Series, in a most success-
ful fourth year, presented 12 “big-name”
concerts at major CONUS installations.
Audiences increased 32 percent over 1996 to
over 52,000. The FY97 series was profitable
to both hosting installations and the AMWRF,
showing increases over FY96 of 57 percent in
installation NIBD, 101 percent in AMWRF
income, and 44 percent in levels of commercial
sponsorship. Special events training, con-
ducted at Ft. Gordon, GA, by CFSC staff,
contributed directly to the Army Concert
Series success and to increased special
events activity and success at the installation
level.
The Armywide Battle of Bands held at
Schofield Barracks, HI, increased in participa-
tion with 14 recreational bands, representing 7
MACOMS, competing at a gala September
event.

Smokin’ during the Battle of the Bands contest at Fort Gordon.

- Photo by Harriet Rice

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